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The Impact of Open Source Software on Education
Amee Godwin - On Doing OER
Andy Lane - Systems for Supportive Open Teaching
Author Profiles
Christine Geith - Can OER Really Impact Higher Education and Human Development?
Cole Camplese - Embedding Student Expectations
Collaborative Learning and the Open Educational Resource Movement
Craig Perue - Introduction - Not IT, Not Business Processes, but Organizational Culture
Craig Perue - Not IT, not Business Processes, but Organizational Culture
Craig Perue - Summary Not IT, not Business Processes, but Organizational Culture
David Wiley - Content Is Infrastructure
Derek Keats - Evolution to Education 3.0
Dick Moore - In-source, out-source, open-source, right-source
Dick Moore - Introduction - In-source, out-source, open-source, right-source
Dick Moore - Summary - In-source, out-source, open-source, right-source
Farideh Mashayekh - Introduction - Lifelong Learning in Knowledge Society
Farideh Mashayekh - Lifelong Learning in Knowledge Society
Farideh Mashayekh - Summary - Lifelong Learning in Knowledge Society
Gary Schwartz - From the Other Side of the Counter – Leading a University Open Source Project
Gavin Baker - Open Access Journal Literature is an Open Educational Resource
Introduction - Amee Godwin
Introduction - Andy Lane
Introduction - Christine Geith
Introduction - Cole Camplese
Introduction - David Wiley
Introduction - Derek Keats
Introduction - Gary Schwartz
Introduction - Joel Thierstein
Introduction - Leigh Blackall
Introduction - Martin Weller
Introduction - Michael Feldstein
Introduction - Rob Abel
Introduction - Steve Foerster
Introduction - Stuart Sim
Introduction - The Impact of Open Source Software on Education
James Dalziel - Introduction - Learning Design and Open Source Teaching
James Dalziel - Learning Design and Open Source Teaching
James Dalziel - Summary - Learning Design and Open Source Teaching
Jean-Claude Dauphin - Introduction - UNESCO’s Activities in FOSS For Education, Past, Current and Future Activities
Jean-Claude Dauphin - Summary - UNESCO's Activities in FOSS For Education, Past, Current and Future Activities
Jean-Claude Dauphin - UNESCO's Activities in FOSS For Education, Past, Current and Future Activities
Joel Thierstein - The Role of University Faculty in the OER World
Kim Tucker - FLOSS, OER, Equality and Digital Inclusion
Kim Tucker - Introduction - FLOSS, OER, Equality and Digital Inclusion
Kim Tucker - Summary - FLOSS, OER, Equality and Digital Inclusion
Leigh Blackall - Educational Development at Otago Polytechnic
Mara Hancock - Introduction - Open Source Software and the User Experience in Higher Education
Mara Hancock - Open Source Software and the User Experience in Higher Education
Mara Hancock - Summary - Open Source Software and the User Experience in Higher Education
Martin Weller - Exploring new ways of being open
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